Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 682097
Visible Gap Between ktimetracker Drop-down Menu Headings and the Menu Items Themselves
Last modified: 2012-08-07 14:58:47 EDT
Description of problem:
If you click on a ktimetracker dropdown menu, there is a gap between the menu heading the list of menu items.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Log into GNOME 3 and launch ktimetracker.
2. Click on any of the drop-down menus.
Menu items appear half-way down the window.
Menus should render normally.
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Example screenshot one.
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Example screenshot two.
Actually, I have just checked and this seems to be a problem with several KDE applications when they are run under GNOME; Marble, Gwenview and KWrite exhibit the same symptoms but Dolphin does not.
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The same problem in Marble
with default Gnome 3 style it works for me, could you try to switch back to it and try again?
You are correct in that it seems to be a problem with the style. Note that the style changed from the default after an earlier Mutter crash.
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